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Philadephia Dem takes aim at GOP on voting | News, Sports, Jobs – Times Observer

Pennsylvania state Senate leader’s evolving stance on ‘forensic audit’ | Election |

Pennsylvania Senate Panel Wants Citizens to Testify If They Witnessed Election Malfeasance – Tennessee Star

Top Pa. Senate Republican expects subpoenas will be necessary for election investigation | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pa. Senate subcommittee looking for sworn testimony about election problems | Pennsylvania News |

REGAN: Fighting for Children and Parents – DV Journal (

Who wants to buy a prison? Pa. hopes to sell 20-acre Western Penitentiary site, warden’s house –

Pa. state senators propose tapping rescue plan money for environmental programs | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

El gobernador Wolf abre la convocatoria de subvenciones para la intervención y prevención de la violencia | WJET/WFXP/

Governor Wolf calls for more than half a billion dollars to combat climate change on Pa. farms (

Wolf, Chesapeake Guvs. want $737M to help farmers to fight climate change | Wednesday Coffee | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Pennsylvania lawmakers will reconvene early to deal with governor’s mask mandate | Pennsylvania |

Lawsuit Filed Against PA Mask Mandate – WDAC

Pennsylvania school mask mandate already met with objectors, lawsuit in Commonwealth Court (

Parents, schools question legality of Pa. mask mandate | Berks Regional News |

Montco residents visit PA Senate | Lifestyle |

Legislative Reapportionment Commission made right decision on how to count prison populations | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A governor’s veto pen is the only thing standing between Pa. and Texas-style abortion laws | Opinion (


Coronavirus - COVID-19

U.S. surpasses 40 million known coronavirus cases — more than the population of California | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

More than 2k Pa. residents hospitalized as COVID cases climb, Health Department says | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

‘COVID is nasty’: Pa.’s case count way above 2020 mark, but high vaccination rate keeping deaths down locally | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

J&J shot study shows COVID-19 infections halved in health workers | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Get Vaxxed or Get Tested mandate begins for more than 20,000 Pa. State workers (

DERSTINE: PA Freedom Coalition Takes a Stand with First Rally – DV Journal (

Fauci Pushes Back On DeSantis Comment That Vaccine Is Personal Choice : NPR

New Studies Find Evidence Of ‘Superhuman’ Immunity To COVID-19 In Some People : Goats and Soda : NPR

‘Vaccine passports are tyranny’: Readers react on whether we should require proof of vaccination for public gatherings – The Morning Call (

Debilitating long COVID symptoms may qualify workers for ADA job accommodations | WITF

Idaho hospitals begin rationing health care amid COVID surge | News |



Loving Philadelphia means standing with unions | City & State PA (

Federal unemployment benefits end. Here are the pandemic assistance programs that can still help. (

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet hosts nationwide hiring event to fill over 3,000 job openings (

Lancaster County prison grapples with staffing shortage brought on by pandemic (

Delta variant kept jobs gains slim in August | ABC27

Bala Cynwyd office market is shrinking and in flux – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Construction industry growth nationwide and in Pennsylvania held back by hiring challenges, AGC finds – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Big changes coming for the SBA’s EIDL program. Here’s what business owners can expect. – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Penn National looks to fill 375 jobs at Hollywood Casino Morgantown – Reading Eagle

Leaving college and stepping into a $90,000-a-year job? Some in the Class of 2020 did that, despite the pandemic | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Community hearing on Academy Park shooting moved to Friday – Delco Times

UPDATE: John Harris High School in Harrisburg to be virtual Wednesday due to shooting investigation (

PennDOT moves to bar company in theft case from state work | WITF

Scranton will seek to decriminalize fentanyl testing strips in city | Crime-Emergency |



U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona visits Montgomery County Community College | News |

How Will America Recover From a Broken School Year? – The New York Times (

University of Pennsylvania names search committee to find next president – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Day one of Pa. school masking order: Many complied, some didn’t –

Anti-mask protests held at Hempfield, Penn-Trafford districts as Pennsylvania mandate takes effect | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Greater Johnstown’s Arcurio: Mask mandate has ‘gone really well’ | News |

Tensions flare as Lancaster County schools begin enforcing state mask order | Local News |

A service dog might save this student’s life, her lawyer says, but Pa. district won’t let her bring it to school –

Homeschooling helps Black families find refuge from more than COVID-19 (

Scranton students return to full in-person classes for first time in 18 months, cyber academy grows | Education |

New year, new rules include face masks as Hazleton Area returns to class | Education |

Oley Valley School District threatened over Pa. school mask mandate (

Pittsburgh Public Schools, teachers union finalize staff vaccine mandate | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



Voting in Pennsylvania jails ‘needs improvement,’ advocates say in new report (

Trump blasts GOP Sen. Pat Toomey | TheHill

Trump blasts fellow Republican Toomey as ‘a terrible representative’ after Toomey says Trump should not lead GOP ticket in ‘24 presidential race – The Morning Call (

Sean Parnell’s protection from abuse orders called ‘disqualifying’ by Jeff Bartos in Pa. Senate race (

Opinion | Quiz: If America Had Six Parties, Which Would You Belong To? – The New York Times (

We must never forget that elected officials work for the people | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Board argues Luzerne council, DA lack standing in election lawsuit | |


Medio ambiente

Biden sounds alarm on climate change in visit to hurricane-wracked New Jersey | WITF

Keys for the Keystone State to help tackle the climate crisis | Centre Daily Times

Energy storage is seen as crucial to meeting renewable energy goals | City & State PA (

Lou Barletta: RGGI is a job-killing boondoggle (

How To Avoid Climate Change Jargon : NPR



PennDOT reopens Richlandtown Pike Culvert in Springfield Township | The Bucks County Herald

Why are I-90 bridges being hit in west Erie County and not the east? (

A new East Coast Maglev train project would butcher natural lands | Opinion (



These diversity efforts could transform the future of health care at Penn | 5 Questions (

Department of Health distributing potassium iodide tablets to residents near Salem Twp. power plant | News |


Noticias del Estado

States, including Pa., that borrowed from feds to cover unemployment checks now owe interest | Pennsylvania Capital-Star (

Andrea Constand writes of Cosby trial, #MeToo in new memoir – WHYY

The heroes in Pennsylvania helping save Afghan lives (

Midstate Congressman Scott Perry asking for phone records to remain hidden in Jan 6 investigation (

9/11′s burden weighs heavily on tiny Shanksville, Pa.: ‘You knew pretty quickly we were caretakers’ –

Garden of Reflection prepares for 9/11 20th anniversary events (

Watch for mass movements of spotted lanternflies –

In Pa., assessing damage from Ida, county by county (


Noticias nacionales

Mexico’s Supreme Court rules that abortion is not a crime (

California Recall Vote Could Weaken the State’s Aggressive Climate Policies – The New York Times (

Covid-19 hot housing market may have peaked – Philadelphia Business Journal (

The Paris Trial For The November 2015 ISIS Attacks Will Begin Wednesday : NPR

Britney Spears’ Father Files To End Her Conservatorship : NPR

Strong Quake Near Mexico’s Resort City Of Acapulco Kills At Least 1 : NPR

Hospital Can’t Be Forced To Give Ivermectin To COVID-19 Patient, Judge Rules : NPR

Inside The U.S. Processing Center Housing Thousands Of Airlifted Afghan Refugees : NPR

Statue of Confederate Robert E. Lee coming down in Virginia | News |

Social Security will run out of money in 12 years. Here are ways it can be fixed (


Noticias locales

Artist Bruce Becker unveils ‘Touch is Essential’ Sculpture Art Installation (

Another milestone for development of Coatesville train station – Daily Local

City Center has $70 million plan for downtown Easton: a mixed-use building with 274 apartments to replace aging parking garage – The Morning Call (

Expect the inspector: Unlike Pittsburgh, the state’s No. 3 city examines every rental home — eventually | WITF

Erie’s ComiCon returns with Bobby Brady actor, games, cosplay, clinics (

Lancaster County to ask Lancaster Township for zoning change to accommodate new prison site | Local News |

At Covered Bridge Apartments in Perkasie, Ida’s floods were deja vu (

Electrician Ethan Matlack, 21, volunteers to help families restore home power in Downingtown during wake of Ida – Daily Local

Scranton City Council introduces 2022 capital budget, which includes potential flood control project funding | News |

Hazleton land bank acquires its first property | News |

Shenandoah block grant projects progress | |

Reading City Council agrees to release $3 million from COVID-19 rescue plan (

Teen rescued from beneath pipe in Murrysville |

Laurel Run wall reconstruction a priority for Wilkes-Barre | Times Leader

Wilkes-Barre Mayor Brown updates Council on anniversary plans and storm damage | Times Leader



As shootings increase, Pittsburgh proposes $9 million for four-year gun violence intervention program | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Decade in peril? Pittsburgh condemns as unsafe building that once housed Oakland’s iconic rock club | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh isn’t an early adopter of AI but is among ‘fortunate few’ to get involved, Brookings report finds | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Portrait project in Downtown Pittsburgh brings awareness to the immigrant experience | News | Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh City Paper (

URA board set to advance plans for New Granada Theater block in the Hill District | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh City Council to consider traffic rules for electric scooters, which have generated hundreds of complaints | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette



SEPTA looks to rename Philadelphia subway, trolley lines as ‘Metro’ – Philadelphia Business Journal (

Philadelphia City Council to continue online meetings as Delta variant of coronavirus spreads (



President Biden takes tour of damage left by Ida in NJ and NY | ABC27

Biden Asks Congress For $30 Billion To Help Disaster Relief And Afghan Evacuees : NPR